M.S., applied financial economics, HEC Montréal; B.S., economics, Université de Sherbrooke
Summary of Experience
Ms. Faye specializes in the application of economics, statistical analysis, and strategy to the areas of antitrust, competition, finance, and public policy. She has experience in a broad range of matters involving intellectual property, consumer products, finance and securities, and commercial litigation within various industries. Ms. Faye has assisted testifying experts in all phases of the litigation process, including expert report, deposition, and trial preparation in complex engagements such as the evaluation of class certification claims in the financial and primary manufacturing industries, the quantification of damages related to product liability claims, the assessment of monopolization and price-fixing allegations in retail markets, and the analysis of structured finance products, including residential mortgage-backed securities. Her recent case work includes strategic and economic analyses relating to cartel enforcement in Europe and the United States, and an economic impact analysis of an oil refinery.